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1st Banstead Troop of Boy Scouts - Beechholme
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1st Banstead Troop of Boy Scouts - Beechholme

The 1st Banstead Troop of Boy Scouts was formed on 17 July 1909 and was based at the Kensington and Chelsea School later known as Beechholme.

The photograph shows the 1st Banstead Troop of Boy Scouts in 1925.

From Left to Right..

Back Row: A. Gibbs, A Constable, G. Miller, C. Banner, R. Barker, A. Corner, D. Wright, A. Mitchenall, V. Armstrong.

Third Row: S./M. W.R. Waldron, Second R. Waters, Leader F. Whiley, E. Carter, Leader C. Rolph, Second J. Seale, G. Trump, Leader F. Sickenger, Second E. Morrison, A./S./M. D.G. Smith.

Second Row: E. Dennis, A. Wetton, Second W. Taberer, Second A. Robertson, S. Rolph, Cub Mistress Miss D.E. Waldron, E. Seale, Second P. Chamberlain, P.Keogh, A. Morrell, J. Mansbridge.

First Row: J. Ramsey, Second H. Engler, Sixer, T. Wilder, Sixer, S. Cook, J. Stevens, D. Greatorex.

Front Row: C. Carrington, L. Carrington, W. Hudson, R. Harris, G. Mobey, S. Geer.
Picture added on 13 March 2011 at 23:24
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Comments:
My father in law is George Miller (back row) was in C. Cottage Banstead. His brother Fred was also in the same home.
Would appreciate any information about the home from that time.

Note from LNW : Hello Glynne, I suggest you take a look at the Publications on the website of the Banstead History Research Group. We have a book on Beechholme there. There are also many memories sent in by ex residents.
Added by Glynne Miller on 14 October 2016
Hi LNW, Thank you for the information I will go on the website.
Added by Glynne Miller on 22 October 2016
We would like to hear from anybody placed in Beechholme from 1950 to its close in 1974. Were you abused, beaten or bullied? Please contact us, as we are here to help.

NOTE FROM WEBMASTER: Please note that the Banstead History Research Group has no connection with this organisation however after careful consideration we have allowed the comment as it may be of help to some visitors to this website. We can also confirm that as a local history group we do not hold any personal records of any residents or members of staff. Many records retained at Beechholme were destroyed by the contractor hired to demolish the buildings as no one ever came back to collect them.
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